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opened that's going to be used for crime scene investigations and for firearm analysis. >> this high-tech building is just off the national mall. tom sherwood is here to show us how it will also test for everything from the flu to terrorism. >> well, jim, in addition to doing all of that, the new building is going to be the new home for the city's morgue. from security doors using eye identification -- >> thank you, you have been identified. >> reporter: -- to water tanks for testing bullets, to walking into a morgue storage room, with a space for 200 refrigerated bodies, twice the old capacity. the new $210 million forensics headquarters, three years to construct, is a major improvement for crime and chemical analysis that has eluded the district for decades. >> the potential that this building gives to the district of columbia to increase, improve, and expand its ability to do forensic analysis, to solve crimes, is just enormous. >> reporter: it will take several more months for the building to be fully operational. but the city no longer will have to depend upon fbi facilities in
voted for mitt romney hopes the republican nominee can use the debate to win over swing voters. >> i hope that he'll take a strong stand on issues like immigration and the debt crisis. i mean, just make, explain things clearly. >> reporter: this voter who has already cast a ballot for barack obama wants the president to be aggressive in his debate approach. >> i'm hoping that he conveys his message in a more stern fashion than he has in the past. i don't think he is always been aggressive enough. but the public to show what he can do and what he has done. >> reporter: this absentee vote here didn't want to reveal her choice for president says debates are an important tool. >> i think that the debates are always very important. i think they really show a candidate's grace under pressure and i think it shows how quickly they can think on their feet if they need to. >> reporter: with romney trailing in the polls in virginia and several other battleground states, some political analysts and voters believe there is more at stake for him in the debate. >> i think it is more important for r
the game. let's take it over to meteorologist topper shutt. is the weather going to hold off for us? >> i'm a little nervous. for the most part it's going to hold off i think. i would take a poncho or sweat shirt, but anything that falls will be relatively light. let's get to the forecast for the nats. can they clinch a division? that's just awesome. temperatures from the mid-60s to around 70, so during the end of the game temps could be in the mid-60s and there could be a shower. winds light generally out of the south at 5 to 10. okay. here's the radar. we see a couple showers now. they look pretty close. don't pang. we've got showers out in prince william county -- panic. we've got showers out in prince william county and fauquier county. that's not reaching the ground. in charlottesville this activity is reaching the ground and this is what we're worried about getting in before the game is over. i think the evening commute will be dry and for the most part the game will be dry, certainly for the start, can't guarantee the finish. we'll keep our fingers cross. mostly cloudy and cool ton
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